Bienestar Y Paz En Dios 2 Group
Ana makes her home in a simple structure with her husband and their five children. She tells us that her most difficult challenge has been raising her children. She enjoys attending church.
Ana has been selling vegetables and clothes for about six years. She started the business selling just vegetables. Now, about five years after receiving her first loan from Esperanza Internacional, she is receiving her eighth, which she will invest to buy vegetables and various jeans, skirts, blouses and shirts.
Ana will use the profits to save for her family’s future. She thanks all of you for your support.
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